What makes us Human? Part 3.

Part 3. Transhumanism. A Theory of “Technosalvation”. Opinion Piece In the twenty-first century, the third big project of humankind will be to acquire for us divinepowers of creation and destruction,

What makes us Human? Part 2.

Reading Time: 7 minutes The Early Church understood, the person as the resultant of body and soul, as an integral unit and not of that of two entities. In other terms, a human being is seen as one entity, composed of two distinct irreducible constituents where immortality of the soul was an alien concept to most

What makes us Human? Part 1

Reading Time: 9 minutes Humans have an inescapable problem of understanding what defines them, because the nature of the definition is both paradoxical and complicated.

Communication Theory and the Ancient World. Part 1.

Reading Time: 5 minutes The word “rhetoric” (ῥητορική), is a victim of “Semantic Drift” that has seen its classical meaning changed from its original Greek meaning: skill in speaking articulated as the art of persuasion, into propaganda or empty talk.

“wokeness” Part 3: – Politically Correct Policing.

Reading Time: 6 minutes All "Western" institutions of higher education have adopted and embraced some form of equality policy into the regulations they adhere to for self governance. However, questions concerning the negative effects of their implementation have arisen, regarding whether academic freedom, professorial prerogatives and the ability of faculty to teach and conduct research without risk of sanctions by official interference, or to professional disadvantage, are sustained by the members of its community.

I Can’t Get Away from Myself.

Reading Time: 3 minutes My biggest enemy is not you, it’s me. I am my biggest enemy, hey man, I can’t get away from myself. I go to bed with myself every night. Every time I sit down to eat I’m right there. When I shave my face I’m looking at me right through the mirror. There’s nowhere I can go to get away from me. I’m on me 24/7.

Polemics

Reading Time: 2 minutes In broader terms, in Christianity, the word is used to describe the activity of the conducting of verbal or written controversies in defence of doctrines held to be essential to Christian truth.

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